This chapter explores the seminal 1966 Dartmouth Conference and its significance for English teaching in both the UK and North America highlighting the range of contributions present. It explores not only the two key texts which were published as a result of Dartmouth: Herbert Muller’s The Uses of English and John Dixon’s Growth through English but also reviews unpublished papers that represent the variety of opinion, ideas and issues about English teaching and learning which emerged as a result of the diversity of context and of perspectives shared by conferring and, at times, conflicting voices.
|Title of host publication||The Future of English Teaching Worldwide|
|Subtitle of host publication||Celebrating 50 Years From the Dartmouth Conference|
|Editors||Cal Durrant, Wayne Sawyer, Lisa Scherff, Andrew Goodwyn|
|Publisher||Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group|
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 22 Oct 2018|
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- Department of Education and Community Studies - Professor of International Education
- Huddersfield Centre for Research in Education and Society (HudCRES) - Member